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  1. U.S. Army Special Forces Patch
    U.S. Army Special Forces Patch

    Fighting soldiers from the sky

    Fearless men who jump and die

    Men who mean just what they say

    The brave men of the Green Beret

    Silver wings upon their chest

    These are men, America's best

    One hundred men we'll test today

    But only three win the Green Beret

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  2. Prisoner Of War\Missing In Action Patch
    POW/MIA Patch

    Rambo: Prepare for emergency landing, arriving with American POWs.

    Murdock: Rambo, I swear to God, I didn't know it was supposed to happen like this. It was just supposed to be another assignment!

    Rambo: Mission... accomplished. You know there's more men out there and you know where they are. Find'em. Or I'll find you.

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  3. 1 st Cavalry Division Shoulder Sleeve Insignia
    First Cavalry Division Patch

    Yellow, the traditional cavalry color, and the horse's head refer to the 1st Cavalry Division's original structure.


    Black, symbolic of iron, alludes to the transition to tanks and armor.


    The black diagonal stripe represents a sword baldric and is a mark of military honor; it also implies movement "up the field" and thus symbolizes aggressive elan and attack.

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  4. 82nd Airborne Parawing Patch
    82nd Airborne Parawing Patch
    Today the 82nd Airborne Division is known as " America's Guard of Honor," a name given them by General George S. "Blood & Guts" Patton during the occupation of Berlin. It is now the largest paratroop unit in the Free World. Learn More
  5. 101st Airborne Division Shoulder Sleeve Insignia (The Screaming Eagle )
    101st Airborne Eagle Patch
    The division was activated on 15 August 1942 at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana. On 19 August 1942, its first commander, Major General William C. Lee, promised his new recruits that the 101st had "no history but had a rendezvous with destiny." Learn More
  6. 101st Airborne Parawing Patch
    101st Airborne Parawing Patch
    During the Vietnam War, the 101st Airborne Division was redesignated first an airmobile division, then later as an air assault division. For historical reasons, it retains the "Airborne" tab identifier, yet does not conduct parachute operations at a division level. It is the only U.S. Army division with two aviation brigades. Learn More
  7. First Recon Patch
    First Recon Patch

    They are phantoms and ghosts. Six fighting men who glide through the valley so silently but carry Hell, fire, and brimstone in their hands.

    When the time is right they will announce that Marine Recon is there to walk among the Philistines.

    May God have mercy on those people because Recon won't.

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